Vic Rouse (born 16 March 1936) is a Welsh former football player and coach. Rouse played at both professional and international levels as a goalkeeper, before becoming a football manager.
Born in Swansea, Rouse played in the Football League for Millwall, Crystal Palace, Northampton Town, Oxford United and Leyton Orient. Rouse later played in the North American Soccer League for the Atlanta Chiefs.
Rouse earned one cap at full international level for Wales. Rouse became the first ever international player from the old Fourth Division when he made his 1959 appearance.
Rouse was player-manager of the Chiefs between 1969 and 1972. After retiring as a player in 1972, he returned to England to become manager of Metropolitan Police. He was still managing Metropolitan Police as of 1982.